Discover the natural beauty of Wakulla County . . . wondrous treasures found only in the unspoiled “other” Florida. Everything here moves to the sounds of softer, quieter music so the rare birds and animals who live here aren’t disturbed. Perhaps they’ll find you along the banks of the Wakulla River or the marshes surrounding St. Mark’s National Wildlife Refuge.
You can bike or hike , canoe or kayak through your adventures in Wakulla County, there’s nothing you can’t do here.
Join us as we celebrate the natural blessings of our coastline with the finest seafood festivals in the south. See our world famous Wakulla Springs – for wildlife viewing there’s none to compare. Don’t miss our Sopchoppy Worm Gruntin’ Festival, a one-day outdoor event in the streets of historic downtown Sopchoppy. And make your plans for enjoying our Wakulla Wildlife Festival.
Be sure to check out VisitWakulla.com for more information.